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Bangalore is the capital city of Karnataka state. It is also known as garden city of India. The city attracts large number of tourists. Bangalore is also referred as Silicon Valley of India. The city life with its good taste, class hotels, monuments and
buildings and rich cultural background attracts millions of domestic and foreign tourists every year.
A main advantage of going to Bangalore on holiday is that the weather tends to be very pleasant throughout the year. The summer months are wonderfully warm, and even in the depths of winter, the
air is nice and you will not need to wrap up too much.
Halasur Lake: One of the most visited destinations in Bangalore, a boat or swimming in the pool nearby. Small islands dotted with green stand in the lake, making it a place of ideal
Vidhana Soudha: Home to the State Legislature and Secretariat, the huge structure was built between 1954 and 1958. On holidays, the periphery of the building is illuminated with
many lights, give a magnificent portico.
Attara Kacheri: Opposite to Vidhana Soudha stands the brick red structure of the High court of Karnataka. Earlier, it was called as Attara Kacheri.
Nehru Planetarium: Especially attractive for school kids, it can seat up to 200 people. This Planetarium is also known for its regular lectures on astronomy. A musical dancing fountain
stands opposite to the planetarium.
Lalbagh: The Lalbagh is spread over 240 acres and located in the center of the city, Lalbagh is Bangalore's one of the main attractions. The main attraction in Lalbagh are a 30 acre
lake, a 3000 million year old rock formation, a Glass House, a watchtower put up by Kempegowda and a mind boggling array of plants, flowers and trees.
Cubbon Park: As Lalbagh, on an stretch of grass a few hundred acres in the center of the city, planned and constructed in 1864 by Sir Richard Sankey, the then Chief Engineer of Mysore.
It is named after Sir Mark Cubbon, Commissioner of the older Bangalore. Lalbagh and Cubbon Park are the two important attractions of Bangalore since long time.
Bull Temple: The temple was constructed in 1786 by the founder of Bangalore, Kempegowda. The bull temple is a classic example of Dravidian architecture. Dedicated to Nandi, the sacred
bull, the image of huge monolithic bull inside the temple is 15 m. high and 20 m long. The bull is believed to have grown in size with its present size is 5 meters high and 6 meters in length.
ISKCON Temple: Lord Krishna temple perched atop a hill and dominating the landscape around it, this is an example of the modern Indian temple. ISKCON is located on the Chord Road,
it is a must visit place in Bangalore.
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